Man United Legend Faces Restructuring as INEOS Considers New Role Amid Club Overhaul

Recent reports indicate that a Manchester United legend is poised to take on a new role at the club as part of Sir Jim Ratcliffe’s INEOS revolution.

The billionaire investor, who secured a 27.7% stake in the 13-time Premier League champions, is spearheading significant changes, reshaping the sporting board and instigating a period of transformation at Old Trafford.

Key Appointments and Executive Shuffles

Under Ratcliffe’s ownership, Omar Berrada has assumed the position of the club’s new CEO, making a notable move from rivals Manchester City.

Simultaneously, negotiations are in progress to bring in Dan Ashworth as the sporting director, reflecting the club’s commitment to assembling a high-caliber team to work alongside the INEOS structure, led by Sir Dave Brailsford.

Potential Departures and Renewed Success Ambitions

The restructuring efforts, indicative of Manchester United’s ambition for a renewed era of success, may lead to the departure of individuals currently holding executive positions at Old Trafford.

The club is keen on creating space for new additions as they embark on a strategic journey guided by the INEOS vision.

Darren Fletcher’s Role Under Scrutiny

Club legend Darren Fletcher, presently serving as the technical director and working closely with first-team manager Erik ten Hag, is reportedly having his employment scrutinized.

Fletcher, with a storied playing career of 342 appearances for the club, including numerous honors, transitioned into an off-pitch role after retiring in 2019.

Consideration of a New Role for Fletcher

INEOS decision-makers find Fletcher’s current job title as technical director ‘misleading’ and are contemplating a shift for the 40-year-old into a new role with a modified job title.

Fletcher, who has been integral to the club’s operations, especially alongside manager Erik ten Hag, might embrace a different capacity within the evolving structure guided by the INEOS revolution at Manchester United.

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